Kazakhstan Electricity and Capacity Market Operator (KOREM) has announced that it has contracted 857.93 MW of renewable energy this year through auctions.
IPPToday #272: Hydrogen fuel cell sector advances as world's largest electrolyzer manufacturing plant goes into construction
Nel ASA has announced that it has begun construction of the world’s largest electrolyzer manufacturing plant. The plant will be constructed as an extension of the company's current facility at Notodden, Norway, with total planned investments of around NOK150 million (~US$18 million).
The state government of South Australia has announced plans to finance the development of a 50MW hydrogen electrolyser that would be powered by a new wind and solar complex at Crystal Brook, north of Adelaide. The estimated cost of the project, known as the Hydrogen Superhub is AUD600 million (US$464.3 million).
The Government of South Australia has awarded AUD8.7 million (US$6.87 million) in grants to four companies planning to develop pumped storage hydro projects in the state, through its Renewable Technology Fund.